Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on September 12, 1973 · Page 7
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Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida · Page 7

Panama City, Florida
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Wednesday, September 12, 1973
Page 7
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Pan*' SA NKWS-IIKKAI.I), I'liimiiia VUy, Flu.. Wt 'dnrsdny, Scplomhor 12. lira ARTISTS CORNER MANY NEWCOMERS- The Tyndall Officers' Wives' Club gave a warm welcome to many newcomers who joined the group at the recent Aloha Coffee. The newcomers include, (from left), Mrs. Byron Little, Mrs. Thomas Lund, Mrs. William Wood, Mrs. Carl Vail, Mrs. Gerald Christenson, Mrs. William Gates, Mrs. Peter Britos, Mrs. Mrs. Dean Nelson, Mrs. Gary Briddle, Mrs. Ronald Mucha, Mrs. Charles Simpson, Mrs. Henry Lackey, Mrs. Ronald Hively, Mrs. Bob Hale, Mrs. Lee Grote, Mrs. Michael Englemeyer, Mrs. Phillip Warlick, Mrs. Theodore Midura, Mrs. John Hermack, Mrs. William Breckner and Mrs. Al Short. TO BE FEATURED HERE-The fabulous LeFevres are one of the singing groups to be featured at a gospel sing to be held in the Civic Auditorium Friday, Sept. 21 at 7:30 p.m. The gospel sing, which will also feature the Inspirations, The Dixie Echos, and C.C. Toole and the Ambassadors is being sponsored by the Benevolent, Patriotic Order of Does with the proceeds going to the Harry-Anna Crippled Children's Hospital. DOES To Sponsor Gospel Sing A Gospel Sing will be held in the Civic Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 21 sponsored by the Benevolent Patriotic Order of Does. Featured will be the Inspirations from Bryson aty, N.C.; The LeFeures from Alanta, Ga; the Dixie Echos from Pensacola; and a local group, C.C. Toole and the Amba-ssadnrs. Advance tickets can be purchased for $3 each. For ticket information call 763-3633 or 763-4803 or picl< them up in person from Pyrofa.x Ga.s at 2015 W. 15th Street any time between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Tickets will also be on sale in other locations as well as the shopping centers and at the ticket office the night ot the performance. Proceeds from the Gospel Sing will go to the Crippled Chiidrens Hospital in Eu.stis, which is sponsored Florida State El Association. by Iks Lefs Get Acquainted COME IN AND MEET BILL AND LOUISE YOUNG (The Proud New Owners^ THIS SALE IS TO SAY THANK YOU (We Appreciate ^ Your Business SUMMER DRESS SALE REGULAR NOW $16.98 - $19.98 ONLY $7.00 $22.98 $27.98 ONIY $9.00 $32.98 -$34.98 $12.00 WE CARRY LARGE & HALF SIZES FLAMINGO siioFPi: BECK AT W. IIWY.9« Cultural Program Sparks Meet Xi Eta Epsilon Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi held its first meeting of the sorority year in the Callaway home of Mrs. Nell McGraw. The business meeting was conducted by President Mrs. Edna Bittick. Ways and Means projects were discussed and several by-law changes from Beta Sigma Phi City Council were voted on. Mrs. Elaine Livingston was elected to the office of City Council Representative and Mrs. Judy Tillery as the alternate representative. All present signed the Save Our .Shores petition. The cultural program was presented by Mrs. Jayne Sears. The program titled "Windows of the Soul" introduced the cultural program study of the year "Festival of Life." The study consisting of 18 programs will bring before the members the awareness, understanding and a bit of love that is needed to transfigure the kind of day into a festival. Members present were Mrs. Edna Bittick, Lu Bolinger, Nell Marmon, Elaine Livingston, Nell McGraw, Anita Gaither, .ludy Tillery, .Jayne Sears and Rei)a Davis. Golden A^ers Hold CookoutAt Bayou Home The Golden Age Club celebrated Laljor Day with a cookout. and covered dish luncheon at tlie home of Ca.sey Madar'a on Posten Bayou. Mrs. Ann Barre.son fui'ni.slied hamburgers and hot dogs and the others brought covor'od dishes. Mrs. Madarvi, as a grand finale, served huckleberry pio a la mode. Bay Annual Art Show Climaxes This Week Today and ;tomariOW. offer the last eliances to see the 12th Bay Annual Art Show at the Municipal Auditorium. If you and your friends have not looked at (he 199 divei-se work.s by Florida Panhandle artists, take time to do so. Viewing hours on both days arc from 8 a.m. to 12 noon and from 1 to 5 p.m. Exhibiting artists, please note that the pick-up date is Friday, Sept. W, fi'om 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Any work not reclaimed during those hours will of necessity be subject ,to a daily storage fee. The September meeting of the Board Of Directors of the Panama Art Association will be held at 7:30 Tuesday evening, Sept, 18, in the home of .Judy Dandis at 1001 Cornell Drive. All committee chaiiinan should make sure that they are present. Attention, Bay County adult and student ai'tisfs! The Art E.xhibit 197;i at the Bay County Fair will bo held from October 1 through October 6, . The receiving date is Saturday, Sept. 29: adult artists from 8:30 a.m, to 5 p.m,, student artists from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Adult media are acrylic, ceramics, drawing (ink, charcoal, pencil, print), hand-painted china, mi.xed (collage, sandcasting, photography, sculptur-e, and vvatercolor (tempera included). Chairman Maxine Stuckey announces that the Exhibit has three divisions: Professional, N o n Professional, and Student. The Student Division has four sections: Elementary School (Kindergarten t li r 0 u g h g r a d e .3 ), Elementary School (grade 4 through 6), Junior High School, and Senior High. original work by artists living in Bay County, and as such will be screened for acceptance. Adults are limited to four entries per artist; students are limited to 2 entries per artist. All entries will be received on a fii'st come, first served basis' until the exhibit space is filled. Accepted classifications for students are watercolor (including tempera). Barbershop Chorus "The Gulftones^^ Entertains At Hawaiian Luau The Panama City Barber Shop Chorus "The Gulftones" entertained at an Hawaiian Luau held at the Navy Coastal Systems Laboratory Officers Club, Guests included their wives, friends, and special guests from the Easter Seal Rehabilitation Center, Barbara Wells, Mr, and Mrs, George Jessup, and Tim Steele. The Hawaiian cuisine was . prepared by club manager . Lt. Pete Hunter, head chef, Ron De Ray, and Danny Aquinde. Entertainment included songs by the Gulftones Chorus, an initiation of two new members, Frank Gross and Steve Bullock, a special award for bringing in new members to Charles Wicke and Bob Denton, and a crazy hat contest. The local Barbershop Chorus sponsors the Logopedics Institute in Wichita, Kan., as their international project and the Easter Seal Rehabilitation Center as their community service project. Anyone desiring to join with the Panama City Barbershop Chorus and help in sponsorship of these projects should contact Mr. Dan D. Kimmel. The Barbershop Chorus practices every Monday, 7:30 p.m. at Bay High School. Other guests attending included, Mr and Mrs. Jack Crusan, LCDR and Mrs. Graig Dorman, Col. and Mrs. H.A.F. Von Der Heyde, and Mr. and Mrs, Skip Sparks,, Member and their wives attending included: Mr. and Mrs, George B, Austin, Mr, and Mrs, Bob C. Bowden, Mr, and Mrs. David H. Brunk, Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Denton, Mr, and Mrs, Steve Bullock, Mr, and Mrs, Henry A, Dusseault, Mr, and Mrs Frank R, Gross, Mr, and Mrs, Robert H, Gustavson, Mr, and Mrs, John A, Hudson, Mr, and Mrs, Charles D, Jones, President; Mr, and Mrs. Rod Neudecker, Director; Mr, and Mrs. Roman Olek, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Olsen, Mr, and Mrs. Paul A, Piedmont, Jr,, Mr, and Mrs, Joe Smith. Mr, and Mrs, Charles Wicke., Mr, and Mrs, Jerry Wiggins and Mr. Newton Yon. UDCMeet Scheduled Thursday The United Daughters of the Confederacy, Confederate Salt Works Chapter No, 2269, will hold its monthly meeting at-the Chapter House Thursday, Sept, 13 at 2 p.m. [• The program "Why Do You Belong To The U.D.C." will be directed by Mrs. J.M, McElvey, Hostesses are Mrs, E.S, Thweatt, Mrs, R,E, Barnes, Miss Ada French, Mrs, D.D. Jones and Mrs. A.W, Gainer. SHAMPOO & SET $3.00 ONG HAIR $4 .00 HAIR CUT $2.00 CHONI 763-lJ>5 UNIQUE BEAUTY SALON HARRISON AVE drawing (()oncH, chalk, ink, etc), sculptin'o tnobilos, •papier maclie .sculpture, sculpture (wire, plaster, soap etc), collages and mosaics (bits of stone, wood,, etc), montages (bits and pieces of paper), oil and acrylic (no copies of paintings accepted), and ceramics ( no items poured in commercial molds accented), today is Ben Shahn's birthday: he was born on Sept, 12 in 1898, His work, classified as "piagic" or sharp-focus realism, combined an innate nervous intensity with a commercial-art blatancy, Shahn most often used tempera to achieve his effects of incandescence or metallic lustre. His early social-satirical paintings were rejections Qf the Regionalists' idealLsm and political optimism. Later he became interested in European painting modes, his surfaces, colors, and images gradually reflecting the influence of Paul Klee, Shahn moved from direct social criticism to portrayal of the private emotional experience of individuals. His figures, often abstracted to silhouettes against city structures, were poignant symbols of loneliness. An acute reporter and lyricist, Shahn depicted the American scene with imagination and effectiveness. "The medium is as unimportant as I myself. Essential is only the forming," Kurt Schwitters, "In art there is only one thing that counts: the thing you can't explain," Braque, HOW'S YOUR HEARING? diSToRtEd? COME IN FOR A FREE HEARING TEST 14 City Marina 763-0801 WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY SPECIAL! FIRESAFE! FIBERGIAS INSULATED Solid Color Draperies 996 63 INCH LENGTH |Ayf REG. PAIR $5.44 REG. $6.44 84" LENCTft .... 4.96 PR. "Bradford" washable drapcrfes with (oam backing insuloto against heat and cold. Single vWncJov/ sire. Top decorator colors. 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